Per Søderlind

I code for fun

Plugin Customizer: Ad WordPress customizer to a plugin

Plugin Customizer

tl;dr –  The commented demo plugin is available at GitHub.

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101: How to fetch a git pull request

 

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You should test pull requests locally before you merge them with your code. Fetching a pull request from a remote repository is simple, just do:

  1. In your local project folder, do: git ls-remote
    You’ll get a list like this:
    From https://github.com/soderlind/myproject.git
    15438eca8b7f62f371985823fe6fa8c60d7a3b50 HEAD
    15438eca8b7f62f371985823fe6fa8c60d7a3b50 refs/heads/master
    4abd4e393cc1bc57af576a67a1a56b3dae6ecabd refs/pull/2/head
    e05af83eeebb01e52d8b42f24c570c8290e0b351 refs/pull/4/head
  2. Find the pull request in the list above, and fetch it, eg:
    git fetch origin refs/pull/4/head
  3. Temporarly checkout the pull request: git checkout FETCH_HEAD
  4. Test the code
  5. Return to the master: git checkout master
  6. If everything is fine, you can now merge the pull request in the remote repository and pull it down to your local project: git pull

My WordPress plugins are ready for 4.6

Tested & found compatible with WordPress 4.6. My plugins are following the WordPress Coding Standards.

Plugin Travis CI Code Climate
CSS Flags library
Date and Time Picker field
Debug Bar List Script & Style Dependencies
delicious tagroll shortcode
Google Tag Manager Multisite Admin
lorem shortcode
Metro Share Social Fonts
My Permalink Demo
Read Offline
Remove the “Comments are closed”
WP Anchor Header
WP-DenyHost
WP Link To Playlist Item

 

On your Mac, use Larvel Valet for local WordPress and PHP development

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Spring Cleaning 2016

WordPress 4.5 is out and my plugins needs some dusting. I will upgrade most of my plugins. I will update this page as it happens.

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